29 janvier 2018

Hyundai to Test Autonomous Driving With Fuel-Cell Vehicle

Hyundai to Test Autonomous Driving With Fuel-Cell Vehicle   Hyundai Motor Co. said it will start testing a fuel-cell powered sport utility vehicle for autonomous driving as the South Korean automaker speeds up development of self-driving cars with a goal to bring a model to the market by 2021. Unveiling the fuel-cell SUV named “NEXO” Monday at the CES in Las Vegas, Hyundai said the vehicle will be used to try out the driverless technology it is developing with Aurora, a startup formed by former executives from... [Lire la suite]
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28 janvier 2018

NEXYAD report of CES 2018 in Las Vegas : trends in intelligent cars

NEXYAD report of CES 2018 in Las Vegas : trends in intelligent cars NEXYAD was on the LeddarTech booth this year on Central Plaza at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, on the "LeddarTech Ecosystem" area. NEXYAD and LeddarTech are both members of MOV'EO Groupement ADAS. NIT, SHERPA Eng, and INTEMPORA were also there. NEXYAD proposes a short report of what was heavily represented at the CES this year. Keywords of this issue are shuttles, smartcities, and lidar. You can read the short report here... [Lire la suite]
27 janvier 2018

Self-Driving Cars Are Coming to Serve You

Self-Driving Cars Are Coming to Serve You Auto companies are planning to launch autonomous vehicles into the service industry before selling them to consumers Based on some of the announcements and demonstrations we've seen at CES 2018, the first self-driving car most consumers encounter may be delivering a pizza. But that's not the only job autonomous car developers are exploring for future fleets. Think self-driving delivery pods for companies like Amazon and robo-taxis that will take you to your destination with minimal to no... [Lire la suite]
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26 janvier 2018

Autonomous Cars Are Driving on Our Streets. Welcome to 2018

Autonomous Cars Are Driving on Our Streets. Welcome to 2018 Over the course of 2017, we saw some major steps forward when it comes to autonomous vehicles. This technology has been on the horizon for some time, but it’s finally hitting the streets in various forms. In July 2017, a US House Committee gave its approval for the SELF DRIVE act, a groundbreaking piece of legislation intended to underpin the safe introduction of autonomous vehicles. The bill is set to allow automakers to field 25,000 such cars in their first year of... [Lire la suite]
25 janvier 2018

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road?

Self-driving car technology: When will the robots hit the road? As cars achieve initial self-driving thresholds, some supporters insist that fully autonomous cars are around the corner. But the technology tells a (somewhat) different story. The most recent people targeted for replacement by robots? Car drivers—one of the most common occupations around the world. Automotive players face a self-driving-car disruption driven largely by the tech industry, and the associated buzz has many consumers expecting their next cars to... [Lire la suite]
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24 janvier 2018

Connected car / Telematics : use case of a car insurer that deploys SafetyNex

Connected car / Telematics : use case of a car insurer that deploys SafetyNex Car insurers are interested in : . prevention : reducing accident rate is a real need, all accident, and particulary those that lead to personal injuries . data : SafetyNex records risk profiles and usafe profiles Here is a short video that shows how a car insurer can use and take benefits of SafetyNex deployment : SafetyNex episode 3 : The Car Insurer's Choice

23 janvier 2018

Artificial intelligence systems for autonomous driving on the rise — IHS

Artificial intelligence systems for autonomous driving on the rise — IHS As the complexity and penetration of in-vehicle infotainment systems and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increases, there is a growing need for hardware and software solutions that support artificial intelligence, which uses electronics and software to emulate the functions of the human brain. In fact, unit shipments of artificial intelligence (AI) systems used in infotainment and ADAS systems are expected to rise from just 7 million in 2015 to 122... [Lire la suite]
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22 janvier 2018

Nissan Develops Brain-to-Vehicle Technology

Nissan Develops Brain-to-Vehicle Technology Nissan said it will demonstrate at the Consumer Electronics Show new technology designed to enable vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain. This brain-to-vehicle technology promises to speed up reaction times and lead to cars that keep adapting to the driver’s wishes, according to the automaker. By detecting signs that the driver’s brain is about to initiate a movement, such as turning the steering wheel, driver assist technologies can begin the action more quickly. ... [Lire la suite]
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21 janvier 2018

Tech Developed to Prevent Drowsy Driving

Tech Developed to Prevent Drowsy Driving Automotive supplier Hyundai Mobis has unveiled technology designed to detect when a driver is dozing off and leaving the road, so vehicle control can be transitioned to autonomous driving mode and the car can be pulled over safely and stopped. The company showcased its latest DDREM (Departed Driver Rescue and Exit Maneuver) technology at the Consumer Electronics Show last week. By focusing only on the safety benefits of autonomous driving, DDREM technology will bring such advantages to... [Lire la suite]
20 janvier 2018

Can Drivers Overly Rely on Driver Assistance Tech?

Can Drivers Overly Rely on Driver Assistance Tech? * Some safety advocates worry that over-dependence on advanced driver assistance technologies may have unwanted consequences for those motorists who let their guard down: diminishing focus and driving skills. Recent researchon how drivers interact with parking assist systems raises some of these concerns, specifically about driver inattention. Researchers from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the MIT AgeLab and New England University Transportation Center... [Lire la suite]